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What are the five roles of stuttering?
1.Heredity
2. Performance
3. Language
4. Emotion
5. Temperment
True/False
There is a genetic predisposition to stutter on 1 or more genes.
True
True/False
Parents give you stuttering.
False-They give you a predisposition for stuttering.
True/False
Females are more likely to have relatives that stutter.
True
What 5 things are studied when considering the Role of Herdity?
1. Family Studies
2. Twin Studies
3. Adoption Studies
4. Genes
5. Brain Structures
True/False
Therapy can change brain function to more like nonstutters?
True
What special skill do PWS most likely have?
Ambidextrous
What 4 sensory processing problems do PWS have?
1. poorer central auditory processing.
2. longer latencies in evoked potentials
3. less right ear/ L hemisphere advantage
4. Poorer visual/tactile processing
What is the implication for sensory processing problems for PWS?
Use other sensory systems to aid disfuntion in auditory system.
What 5 Sensori-motor control problems do PWS have?
1. slower reaction times
2. slower fluent speech
3. slower on nonspeech tasks
4. poorer auditory tracking
5. poorer attention for motor tasks
What is the implication for sensori-motor problems for PWS?
Slower rate of speech may enhance fluency.
True/False
PWS have the same proportion of psychological differences as people who do not stutter.
True
According to Kinsbourne the right hemisphere regulates emotions related to...........of ongoing behavior.
Avoidance
Withdrawal
Arresting
According to Kinsbourne the left hemisphere of the brain regulates emotions related to .......... of ongoing behavior.
Approach
Exploration
Release
What is the implication for the Role of Temperment?
: If stutterers have active R hemisphere during speech, maybe the R hemisphere emotions are also engaged along with speech
What are 3 differences between PWS and people who do not stutter?
1. Intelligence
2. School Performance
3. Speech and Language Development
True/False
Incidence of stuttering is higher in the cognitive impaired population.
True
especially down syndrome